A Better Me! My biggest problem wasn't my weight -- it was my negative thinking

Temple, Tammie
January 2010
Guideposts;Jan2010, Vol. 64 Issue 11, p36
The article focuses on the effect of negative thinking towards weight problem. A case was presented wherein the story of Tammie Temple, a winner of New Year, New You contest was presented. She mentions that the most important lessons are nothing to do with the eating and exercise habit, it was something to do with the emotional and spiritual well-being.


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